Bertha

A Quilt by Dolores Yoder
Quilt ID: hs8840 Categories: , ,

$1,125

Shades of gray, tan, and a touch of brown and navy create a beautiful King-size masterpiece that will look great in almost any decor. The top was pieced by Dolores Yoder and an Amish friend did the beautiful quilting with 7-8 stitches per inch. The back is covered with a soft-white 100% cotton muslin. Signed and dated in embroidered by Dolores.

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Description

Shades of gray, tan, and a touch of brown and navy create a beautiful King-size masterpiece that will look great in almost any decor. The top was pieced by Dolores Yoder and an Amish friend did the beautiful quilting with 7-8 stitches per inch. The back is covered with a soft-white 100% cotton muslin. Signed and dated in embroidered by Dolores.

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